Dr. Alan H. Goldstein

biomanArticles and Research

List of Nonfiction Scientific Publications :
1. Nature vs. Nanoengineering; Shell-Economist Prize 2003

2.Invasion of the High Tech Body Snatchers  (published in Salon.com) http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2003/09/30/bioengineering/index_np.html
3. Bioterror Hysteria (published in Salon.com)
http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2003/12/09/bioterror_funding/index_np.html
4. Biostupid (Fear of Cloning in San Francisco) (published in Salon.com) http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2004/08/03/bio/index_np.html
5. Bring on the Plague Years  (published in Salon.com)  http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2004/10/28/bioshield/index_np.html
6. Everything you always wanted to know about nanotechnology… b
ut were too afraid of quantum spookiness ask. (published in Salon.com) http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2005/10/20/nanotech/index.html
7. The really scary soldier of the future  http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2005/10/20/soldier/index.html
6. Nanomedicine’s Brave New World (published in Salon.com)
http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2005/11/28/nanomedicine/index.html
7. I, Nanobot  (published in Salon.com and on KurzweilAI.net)
 http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2006/03/09/nanobiobot/index.html
8. Synthetic Biology:  The ultimate right to life debate. (published by The Lifeboat Foundation)
http://lifeboat.com/ex/synthetic.biology

List of Technical Scientific Publications:

1.  Spinelli, I., LaCourse, W.C., and Goldstein, A.H.  Specific Adsorption of Thermostable DNA Polymerase To Silica: Evidence For Site-Specific Binding To Unique Surface Nanostructures. Nature, Materials, in press.
2.  Goldstein, A.H.  2006 Atomistic modeling of protein adsorption to ceramic biomaterials in water: A first step towards realistic simulation of the biomaterials surface in vivo. Principles of Cellular Engineering,Michael King, ed., pp. 173-196, Academic Press, NY
3.  Cormack, A.N., Lewis, R.J., and Goldstein, A.H. 2004  Computer simulation of protein adsorption to a material surface in aqueous solution: Biomaterials modeling of a ternary system.  J Phys Chem B 108:20408-20418
4.  Cormack, A.N.,  and Goldstein, A.H. 2004  Protein Adsorption Modeling ,  Encyclopedia of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering,  pp. 1298-1307, Marcel Dekker, NY
5.  Goldstein, A.H.  2004. Biomaterials applications of protein electrophoresis techniques.  In, Biomedical Devices and  Their Applications (Biological and Medical Physics Series), Donglu Shi, Ed., Springer- Verlag, pp. 61-91.
6.  Korwin-Edson, M.L.,  Clare, A.G.,  Hall,  M.M.,  Goldstein, A.H. ,2004. Bisospecificity of Glass Surfaces: Streptavidin Attachment to Silica. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 349 (2004) 260-266
7.  Clare, A.G., Hall, M.M., Korwin-Edson, M.L., and Goldstein, A.H. 2003  Biomolecular characterization of glass surfaces 2003 J Phys Condens Matter 15 S2365-S2375
8.  Goldstein, A.H Lester, T., and Brown, J.  2003  Research on the metabolic engineering of the direct oxidation pathway: Preliminary  evidence for PQQ biosynthesis in E. coli as well as a possible role for the highly conserved region of quinoprotein dehydrogenases Biochim Biophys Acta 1647:266-71.
9.  Goldstein, A.H. and P.U. Krishnaraj. 2002. Cloning and characterization of a Serratia  marcescens DNA fragment capable of inducing quinoprotein glucose dehydrogenase-mediated gluconic acid production in E. coli  in the presence of a diffusible signal produced by stationary-phase Serratia marcescensFEMS Micro Lett, 205:215-220
10.  Goldstein, A.H., and J.S. Salesky. 1999.  Specific Interactions of Glass Fibers with Extracellular Matrix Proteins.  In, Surface-Active Processes In Materials D.E. Clark et. al., eds.  Ceramic Transactions 311:687-694.
11.  Goldstein, A.H. and P.U. Krishnaraj. 2002. Cloning and characterization of a Serratia  marcescens DNA fragment capable of inducing quinoprotein glucose dehydrogenase-mediated gluconic acid production in E. coli  in the presence of a diffusible signal produced by stationary-phase Serratia marcescens.  FEMS Micro. Lett., 205:215-220
12. Goldstein, A.H. 2000.  Bioprocessing Of Rock Phosphate Ore: Essential Technical Considerations For The Development Of A Successful Commercial Technology. Proceedings of the 4th International Fertilizer Association Technical Conference.  IFA, Paris
13. Goldstein, A.H., K.E. Braverman, and N. Osorio. 1999. Evidence for mutualism between a plant growing in a phosphate-limited desert environment and a mineral phosphate solubilizing (MPS) rhizobacteria. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 30:295-300
14. Goldstein, A.H., and J.S. Salesky. 1999.  Specific Interactions of Glass Fibers with Extracellular Matrix Proteins.  In, Surface-Active Processes In Materials: The Larry Hench Symposium.  D.E. Clark et. al., eds.  Ceramic Transactions 101.  ISBN,1-57498-079-3. The American Ceramic Society, Westerville, OH
15. Babu-Khan, S., T.C. Yeo, W.L. Martin, M. Duron, R.D. Rogers and A.H. Goldstein.  1995.  Cloning of a mineral phosphate-solubilizing gene from Pseudomonas cepaciaApplied and Environmental Microbiology , 61(3)  972-978.
16. Goldstein, A.H., 1995.  Recent progress in understanding the molecular genetics and biochemistry of calcium phosphate solubilization by gram negative bacteria.  Biological Agriculture & Horticulture, 12:185-193.
17. Goldstein, A.H.  1994.  Solubilization Of Exogenous Phosphates By Gram Negative Bacteria.  In, Cellular and Molecular Biology of Phosphate and Phosphorylated Compounds in Microorganisms.  S. Silver et al, eds, ASM Washington, D.C. pp. 197-203
18. Goldstein, A.H., R.D. Rogers and G. Mead.  1993.  Separating Phosphate From Ores Via Bioprocessing.  BIO/TECHNOLOGY, 11:1250-1254.
19. Glund, K. and A.H. Goldstein.  1993.  "Regulation Of The Expression Of A Phosphate Starvation Inducible RNase In Cultured Tomato Cells."  In, Plant Gene Expression, D.P.S. Verma, ed. CRC Press, pp. 311-323.
20. Liu, S.-T., L.-Y. Lee, C.-Y. Tai, C.-H.-Horng, Y.-S. Chang,  J.H. Wolfram, R. Rogers and A.H. Goldstein.  1992.  Cloning of an Erwinia herbicola Gene Necessary for Gluconic Acid Production and Enhanced Mineral Phosphate Solubilization in E. coli strain HB101: Nucleotide Sequence and Probable Involvement in Biosynthesis of the Coenzyme Pyrrolo-Quinoline-Quinone, J. Bacteriol. 174(18):5814-5819.
21. Goldstein A.H.  1992.  "The Molecular Biology And Biochemistry Of Phosphate Starvation Inducible Protein Synthesis In Higher Plants."  In, The Molecular Biology And Biochemistry Of Inducible Proteins In Higher Plants,.  J.L., Wray, ed., Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 1992, pp.25-44.
22. Goldstein, A.H.  1991.  Plant Cells Selected For Resistance To Phosphate Starvation Show Enhanced Phosphate Use-Efficiency.  Theoretical And Applied Genetics. 82(2) 191-194.
23. Goldstein, A.H.  1990.  The Excreted Phosphate Starvation Inducible Acid Phosphatase Of Tomato.  Life Science Advances: Plant Physiology.  32(2)114-121.
24. Goldstein, A.H., D.A. Baertlein and A. Danon. 1989.  Phosphate Starvation Stress As An Experimental System For Molecular Analysis.  Plant Mol. Biol. Reporter.  7(1):7-16.
25. Goldstein, A.H., S.P. Mayfield, A. Danon and B.K. Tibbot. 1989.  Phosphate starvation inducible metabolism in L. esculentum III:  Changes In Protein Secretion Under Nutrient Stress.  Plant Physiology. 91:175-182.
26. Goldstein, A.H., D.A. Baertlein and R.G. McDaniel. 1988.  Phosphate starvation inducible metabolism in L. esculentum I: Excretion of acid phosphatase by tomato plants and suspension cultured cells. Plant Physiology, 87:711-715.
27. Goldstein, A.H., A. Danon, D.A. Baertlein and R.G. McDaniel. 1988. Phosphate starvation inducible metabolism in L. esculentum II: Characterization of the excreted phosphate starvation inducible acid phosphatase of tomato.  Plant Physiology, 87:715-720
28. Goldstein, A.H. and S.T. Liu. 1987. Molecular cloning and regulation of a mineral phosphate solubilizing (mps) gene from Erwinia herbicola . Bio/technology.  5:72-74.                       
29. Goldstein, A.H. 1986. Bacterial solubilization of mineral phosphates: Historical perspective and future prospects. Am. J. Alt. Agric. 1(2):51-57.
30. Goldstein,  A. H. and A. D. Hunziker. 1985.  Phosphate transport across the plasma membrane of wheat leaf protoplasts.  Plant Physiol.  77:1013-1015.
31. Goldstein, A.H. 1985.  Induction of high affinity nitrate and ammonium uptake systems in wheat seedlings. J. Plant Nutrition. 8(8):721-730.
32. Goldstein, A. H.  1981.  The interface between cotton tissue and a penetrating noble metal probe.   Amer. J. Bot.  69:513-518.
33. Goldstein, A. H. and W. G. Gensler.  1981.  A physiological basis for electrophytograms.  Bioelectrochem. and Bioenergetics.  8:645-659.
34. Goldstein, A. H., J. O. Anderson and R. G. McDaniel.  1981.  Effects of protectants on the activity of wheat mitochondria.  Prep. Biochem.  11:33-47.
35. Goldstein, A. H., J. O. Anderson and R. G. McDaniel.  1981.  Cyanide-insensitive and cyanide-sensitive O2 uptake in wheat.  II. Plant  Physiol. 67:594-596.
36. Goldstein,  A. H., J. O. Anderson and R. G. McDaniel.  1980.  Cyanide- insensitive and cyanide sensitive O2 uptake in wheat.  I. Plant Physiol. 66:488-493.

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